Castle 🏰 and Cove


Kids wanted a castle and a beach. Thus the day saw us clambering as far as possible up Corfe Castle and then over the surrounds of Lulworth Cove.

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13 Responses to Castle 🏰 and Cove

  1. Now you’re talking – I lived at Lulworth Cove during part of my childhood, and the school bus… taking me to Wareham station to catch the train to Swanage, drove past Corfe Castle every day…
    You’ve tickled my nostalgia bone….

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    • colonialist says:

      How wonderful to have had part of childhood in such a magic locality. Of course I suppose you took it all for granted as I did during early blissful years living at The Heads, Knysna, on the very edge of the lagoon.

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      • I did love it… though we tended to go to all the other little bays because all the holidaymakers went to the Cove. But I remember one rainy day going for a swim in the green waters far round the curve where no-one went… magical… We left to go to Malaya when I was 15.. more beauty living in Penang and elsewhere…

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  2. wow, It looks warm, bright, colourful all the things Ireland tends not to be especially in the winter month. Happy New Year to you and yours. Take care in 2017

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  3. Looks more like a visit to the bone yard to me 👿

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